Emerging CDC Cased Caddis

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Pat M, May 27, 2006.

  1. Pat M

    Pat M Chasing Tiger Trout

    I just finished this and just wanted some feedback on it. I dont know if it is at all possible for a caddis to have the case stuck to it. It was just a thought. I'm not sure if this can really take place. When I tied this I was thinking of when the caddis is comming out of its case and started to drift free........is this possible?
     
  2. toddsbernina

    toddsbernina New Member

    I'll take a 2 doz. my address is 1440.....

    Nice ties.
     
  3. Pat M

    Pat M Chasing Tiger Trout

    Wait till you get my Hopper and Droppers from Mike's swap. You might want 2 dozen of them too.:p
     
  4. toddsbernina

    toddsbernina New Member


    If your offering I wont tell you no. :thumb:
     
  5. flybill

    flybill Purveyor of fine hackle, wine & cigars!

    I'll take a couple dozen too! :cool:

    Also, can you post the materials you used, hook size(s)? Can't tell what you used for the body in particular. Looks like a quick tie and a good pattern!
     
  6. motroutbum

    motroutbum New Member

    no its not possible because the caddis larvae has to becaome a pupae first. now if you were thinking of the case being stuck to the emerging pupae then it might be possible. if it does happen then it is an extremely rare occurance. caddis dont just go from larve to adult
     
  7. Pat M

    Pat M Chasing Tiger Trout

    Thats what I was invisioning. If the case should get stuck to the emerging pupae. I know it would be rare, but how rare.:p
     
  8. motroutbum

    motroutbum New Member

    lets just say probably more close to never
     
  9. flytyerboy95

    flytyerboy95 Future fly fishing guide

    nice fly :) what materials did you use?
     

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